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The exercises in this

The exercises in this book cover features across the three SharePoint 2013 solutions. Each solution provides a different set of features and functionalities, depending on the client access licenses (CALs) activated in your organization, as follows: ▪▪SharePoint Server 2013 Enterprise CAL ▪▪SharePoint Server 2013 Standard CAL ▪▪SharePoint Foundation 2013 SEE ALSO For SharePoint 2013 feature availability in each of the solutions, refer to Appendix B, “SharePoint 2013 features.” All the exercises in the book will work in SharePoint Server 2013 Enterprise. Any exercises that cover features available in SharePoint Server 2013 Standard can be completed if you are using this solution. However, you will not be able to complete an exercise that covers a feature that is not available in SharePoint Server 2013 Standard. For example, the business intelligence features are only available in the SharePoint Server 2013 Enterprise, and therefore the exercises in Chapter 13, "Working with business intelligence," require SharePoint Server 2013 Enterprise. Any exercises that cover features available in SharePoint Foundation 2013 will work if you are using this solution. However, you will not be able to complete an exercise that covers a feature that is not available in SharePoint Foundation 2013. For example, promoting search results is an available functionality in SharePoint Server 2013 Standard and Enterprise, but it is not included in SharePoint Foundation 2013; therefore, the exercise on influencing the search results ranking in Chapter 9, "Searching for information and people," requires SharePoint Server 2013. SEE ALSO For a list of the SharePoint 2013 solutions—Foundation, Standard, or Enterprise— that you can use to complete each exercise, refer to Appendix C, “SharePoint 2013 solutions required to complete the exercises in this book.” Using the practice files You need to download the practice files to a location on your hard disk before you can use them in the exercises. IMPORTANT The location for practice files that we use in this book is Documents\Microsoft Press\SP2013SBS. If you install the practice files to another location, you may need to substitute that path within the exercises. xvi Introduction

The practice files for this book are stored on your hard disk in chapter-specific subfolders. Each exercise in a chapter includes a paragraph that lists the files needed for that exercise and explains any preparations needed before you start working through the exercise. Whenever possible, we start each chapter with a standard SharePoint 2013 team site, which occasionally must be a top-level team site. If you follow all the exercises in all the chapters, you may choose to start with a new team site for every chapter. However, for a few chapters, there are additional settings that are needed for a practice site. This is where the starter .wsp files will come in handy. If you have sufficient rights, you can create a new practice site (see the following "Using the WSP templates" section) from the chapter's starter .wsp file, which is provided in the practice folder for this chapter. The starter .wsp files contain the lists, libraries, files, and pages that you will require during the exercises. There are three chapters that require the creation of a site based on the .wsp file: Chapter 2, Chapter 9, and Chapter 14. Exercises in Chapter 2 use two subsites in addition to the standard team site, and the practice folder for the chapter contains two .wsp files for the subsites, which are clearly marked. Using the WSP templates To create a practice site for a chapter based on a starter .wsp file, perform the following steps. IMPORTANT Verify that you have sufficient rights to upload to the site template gallery of a site collection. If in doubt, see Appendix A, “SharePoint 2013 user permissions and permission levels.” 1 In the browser, open the top level SharePoint site of the site collection where you would like to create the practice site. If prompted, type your user name and password, and click OK. 2 On the top right of the screen, click the Settings button, and then select Site settings. The Site Settings page of the top level site is displayed. 3 In the Web Designer Galleries section, click Solutions. The Solution Gallery is displayed. 4 Click the Upload Solution button on the left of the Solutions ribbon. The Add Document dialog is displayed. Introduction xvii

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